Dalness lies in Glen Etive, at a gusset of hills on either side of which lie paths known to the drover and the adventurer.
Sometimes the sleeve and gusset are all in one piece; at other times they are separate.
The crown sheet is here stayed by gusset stays, but if made spherical, as in Fig. 3270, the stays may be omitted.
It was a splendid rod, just right for him; how he wished he was up above gusset Weir at that moment!
Can any one tell me what proportion the gusset bears to the whole shirt?
The gorget is also of mail; and the gusset of mail at the armpit is left very visible by the action of the arm.
Making pretext to be looking for a gusset for an armor joint, I made my way near the entrance.
One form of boiler stay, called a 'gusset stay,' is shown in fig. 8.
I asked what proportion the gusset bore to the whole of the shirt.
Flakes of pastry on the gusset of her dress: daub of sugary flour stuck to her cheek.
early 14c., from Old French gosset "armpit; piece of armor for the armpit" (13c.), apparently from gousse "shell of a nut," of unknown origin. Originally an armorer's term; of clothing from 1560s.